GENEVA COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — A Saturday night car crash in Geneva County has left 4 people injured.

On June 18 at around 5:55 p.m., Geneva County dispatched Slocomb Fire-Rescue and Malvern Volunteer Fire Department to a serious crash with injuries and entrapment on the 800 block of South County Road 49.

Slocomb Fire and Rescue say they received information that a victim was reported to be trapped under one of the vehicles.

Slocomb Fire Chief Kyle Hovey arrived on the scene and found two vehicles with heavy damage and multiple victims that had been ejected during the crash.

Slocomb, Rehobeth, and a Survival flight helicopter took a total of four patients to hospitals in Dothan.

All four patients are expected to be a full recovery, according to Slocomb Fire and Rescue.

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